Program in Environmental Design

University of Colorado Boulder

Scholarships

Students in the Program in Environmental Design (ENVD) are eligible to apply for over $40,000 in scholarships awarded each year.  This money comes from our broad and generous group of private donors, as well as, program funds and professional organizations.

Current Students

The Environmental Design scholarship application process began with the ENVD Scholarship meeting in December.  Applications are due in February and awardees are notified in March and April.

Scholarships for Academic Year 2015-2016:

Applications are due February 9, 2015 by 5pm to the ENVD main office.

Please click here for a listing of 2015-2016 continuing student scholarships.

Please click here for the 2015-2016 application.

Please click here for more information on the American Institute of Architects/ Architectural Education Foundation (AIA/AEF) scholarships.

Please click here for the recorded scholarship meeting on December 3, 2014.

Please note – Electronic applications will not be accepted.

Prospective Students - Incoming Freshman and Transfer Students

The Environmental Design Program is interested in attracting the highest achieving students.   We offer the following scholarship in the fall for incoming freshman and transfer students.

The Program in Environmental Design Merit Scholarship

The Program in Environmental Design (ENVD) awards approximately ten $1,500 scholarships to the top admitted students each fall.  This is a one-time scholarship, and is awarded in the amount of $750 each semester for the students' first year in the ENVD program.   Student must maintain a 3.5 GPA and be enrolled in the ENVD Program, taking ENVD courses, working towards a BEnvd.  Freshman, transfer students, Colorado residents and non-residents are eligible to apply. 

To apply, please use the Office of Financial Aid Application with essay.

Please click here for the Office of Financial Aid Application.


For additional information regarding scholarship applications, processes, or donations please contact:

Sheryl Koutsis Undergraduate Academic Advising Coordinator